We all hunger and thirst. Consciously or unconsciously we choose. Join us as we explore what drives our relationship to food, what our appetites represent and their effects on all areas of our life with our special guest, Michael Giambertone, D.C.
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George introduces his special guest Michael Giambertone to his audience. Micheal says that he loves helping people. Michael Giambertone's father died when he was 21 years old playing lacrosse in his senior year of college. Michael later on became a cardiologist and he was teaching people and helping people how to do exercise, how to have a stable diet and teaching people on how to sleep more. George asks Michael on why people struggle with food? Michael gives an example by saying that everything you do and celebrate has to deal with food.
George starts by saying that it’s really hard for people to maintain and focus on a diet due to all the things that are occuring. Michael starts talking about the fact that we have global food now because of all of the ethnicities and cultures that exist. Later on Michael starts talking about an experience he had with a patient before about gluten and how gluten can affect you and not affect you. After that George states that we need food in order for our body to function.
Michael starts by saying how important it is to be organic and how certain foods can damage your body and cause health problems. George asks Michael why people preferred fast food instead of organic food? Michael answers by saying people don’t buy organic food because it's too expensive and some people can't afford it. George is telling Michael that we the people are destroying the Earth and it’s affecting us but we don’t know how.
When you are going to buy any sort of supplements, please be sure to look at the tags and labels to see what the supplement actually works for, Albert stated. Michael asks the listeners that one day to look at themselves in the mirror and ask yourself what you really want and what is your worth. George ends the section by saying a good night prayer.
00:00:29.700 --> 00:00:38.310 Georgeann Dau: Hi. Good evening, I'm delta Georgia and oh, and thank you for joining us tonight on a journey through
00:00:39.480 --> 00:00:40.530 Georgeann Dau: Into awareness.
00:00:45.840 --> 00:00:46.350 Georgeann Dau: Here we go.
00:00:47.850 --> 00:00:50.490 Georgeann Dau: There you are. Can I start again. Hi.
00:00:51.720 --> 00:01:08.910 Georgeann Dau: I'm Dr. George and oh, and thank you for joining us on a journey through and to awareness grateful that you're here with us tonight, and I appreciate any of you that listen to my show, often really appreciate that. So we have a great show tonight.
00:01:10.260 --> 00:01:20.310 Georgeann Dau: Great guy is here with us. His name is Michael GM Ben Tony Michael GM baton and he is a great chiropractor.
00:01:21.270 --> 00:01:46.320 Georgeann Dau: And life coach health coach and he's going to journey with us tonight as we explore the many hungers that we can all have and how they can affect not only our physiology, but our psychology as well. And how often our psychology drives us to certain hungers
00:01:47.550 --> 00:01:58.050 Georgeann Dau: So Michael, thank you so much for joining us tonight. Hey, George. And thanks so much for having me. Really. Absolutely. Great. So, Michael, you've been doing this a long time and
00:01:58.770 --> 00:02:17.400 Georgeann Dau: You know, I happen to know you're great at it because I've known you for a long time and Michael has, you know, coached me along the way in my journey. Um, so, Michael, what brought you into into this work, not only in chiropractic but also in your interest in in food and
00:02:18.900 --> 00:02:20.190 Georgeann Dau: Holistic wellness.
00:02:20.850 --> 00:02:37.890 Mike Giambertone: George and that's a great question. To start with, and I'm in one I love to go into the story because anybody who serves and does the type of work with just people and connecting the way we do has some type of a backstory, so
00:02:38.940 --> 00:02:42.000 Mike Giambertone: My whole journey really started as a kid.
00:02:43.050 --> 00:02:50.160 Mike Giambertone: Becoming a chiropractor. My older brother is a chiropractor and he was that guy that kind of followed into everything
00:02:50.640 --> 00:02:59.430 Mike Giambertone: As years went on and he played football, I wanted to play football. He was, you know, into sports and sciences. I was wanting to chiropractic I fallen in a field.
00:03:00.090 --> 00:03:11.190 Mike Giambertone: And I was kind of going into it, just I enjoy the health sciences. I enjoy helping people. And I was on this this career path, if you will, and
00:03:11.730 --> 00:03:20.640 Mike Giambertone: I was a I was a young student up at University of Albany and I really didn't know a lot about chiropractic rather than my brother was in school for
00:03:21.810 --> 00:03:30.390 Mike Giambertone: Fast forward I injured myself playing lacrosse in college, and he had sent me to this great chiropractor that he knew and
00:03:31.380 --> 00:03:39.720 Mike Giambertone: Lo and behold, injuries went away and was able to finish an entire year uninjured so well this chiropractic stuff is pretty cool.
00:03:40.500 --> 00:03:52.620 Mike Giambertone: So then kind of got me into the chiropractic profession, and then the things that I've seen through chiropractic have just been astounding. Now you saying to yourself, what does this have to do with food and nutrition. Right.
00:03:54.030 --> 00:03:56.970 Georgeann Dau: So it's a piece of it. Yeah, huge piece of it.
00:03:57.210 --> 00:04:08.550 Mike Giambertone: So I as a kid I lost my father when I was 21 I was a senior in college actually playing with Ross and my father was 52 and
00:04:09.570 --> 00:04:13.020 Georgeann Dau: atherosclerotic heart disease. Oh well write
00:04:13.050 --> 00:04:21.600 Georgeann Dau: Something that we know now is preventable. Yes. And it's interesting, Michael. If I can jump in for one moment that so
00:04:22.170 --> 00:04:36.240 Georgeann Dau: You have a genetic tendency towards that. But what's so great. What I'd like our listeners to, I'm sure. Michael is going to address this. But what I'd like them to recognize is that we have what are called epi genomes.
00:04:36.930 --> 00:04:49.470 Georgeann Dau: And epigenetics is a whole science. I've studied a little bit in UCLA and what they used to think that the certain part of our DNA.
00:04:49.980 --> 00:04:58.800 Georgeann Dau: The epi genomes were junk DNA and they didn't pay attention to them, but I think it was back in the 60s actually might be wrong on that. Don't quote me on that.
00:04:59.220 --> 00:05:09.150 Georgeann Dau: That they found that it was just not the DNA was not coded, which means so great for us that even though we have might have a genetic tendency towards
00:05:09.690 --> 00:05:23.940 Georgeann Dau: A disease or a disorder that we can actually through lifestyle choices and psychoanalytical work and prayer, we can actually read code or code for the first time.
00:05:24.420 --> 00:05:38.340 Georgeann Dau: Those at the genomes. So just because we have a genetic tendency to it, something doesn't mean that we have to have the same outcome as our parents or ancestors, right, Michael. Would you say that's correct. Yeah.
00:05:38.370 --> 00:05:40.860 Mike Giambertone: You hit the nail right on the head.
00:05:41.070 --> 00:05:48.090 Mike Giambertone: Okay. A lot of times people look at these things and say, oh, well, this is just the cards that I'm dealt. And this is just how life's going to be
00:05:48.630 --> 00:06:09.330 Mike Giambertone: Now, could not be further from the truth. You can you can express your 100% as best you can and that's what really led me down this path I was 33 years old practicing as a chiropractor teaching and preaching people eat organic take care of your body get proper rest and exercise.
00:06:10.380 --> 00:06:13.560 Mike Giambertone: And I wasn't having any success.
00:06:14.610 --> 00:06:15.870 Mike Giambertone: There was something missing.
00:06:17.820 --> 00:06:21.510 Mike Giambertone: So what wound up happening was I through trial and error.
00:06:22.590 --> 00:06:35.610 Mike Giambertone: Certain types of exercises certain types of diets, believe it or not, I was a vegetarian for for about a year. And for me, vegetarianism didn't work for others. It works great.
00:06:35.820 --> 00:06:44.910 Mike Giambertone: Great obviously having a conversation with with one of my patients today and we were talking about that specifically. There's so many different eating styles to go with
00:06:45.690 --> 00:06:56.340 Mike Giambertone: Not any one fits, everybody. And it's the beauty of it is really helping and to figure out what's going to uncover your perfect meal plan diet, whatever you want to call it nutrition.
00:06:56.640 --> 00:06:58.260 Mike Giambertone: Yes, all are so different.
00:06:58.680 --> 00:07:02.280 Georgeann Dau: Yes. And many times what we hunger.
00:07:04.110 --> 00:07:13.260 Georgeann Dau: That does not mean that it is good for us. Many times what we hunger. Our body is craving, not always, because we're lacking something
00:07:13.800 --> 00:07:23.580 Georgeann Dau: But many times, because we have an allergy towards it. And so we don't always hunger. The best things for us.
00:07:24.540 --> 00:07:34.710 Georgeann Dau: And I'm sure all everyone listening. We can all relate to that. Right. You know, we might have a drink and then we might have another drink. And then the cigarette goes well with the drink.
00:07:34.980 --> 00:07:43.320 Georgeann Dau: And then the chips of the female go well with the drink it, and on and on and on. You know, I'm an old girl. So, you know, back in the day.
00:07:43.590 --> 00:08:01.260 Georgeann Dau: No one thought about diet. I mean, I, I was, I was always so odd because I got involved with this when I was 20 which is over 40 years ago. So How bizarre is that, but Michael I'm why I think people struggle so much with food. What is the relationship there.
00:08:01.710 --> 00:08:10.500 Mike Giambertone: George and that is the age old question. And if we, if we look back and just look at our culture. Look at cultures in general.
00:08:11.190 --> 00:08:23.550 Mike Giambertone: So many life events so many whether it's a celebration, whether it's whether it's morning so many of these things revolved around food and eating.
00:08:24.420 --> 00:08:37.680 Mike Giambertone: If you, if you win a race you celebrate with food. If you lose the race you drown your sorrows when there's a birthday celebrating the birth of a child we celebrate with dinner at a wedding.
00:08:38.280 --> 00:08:52.200 Mike Giambertone: anniversary party funerals its food and food and you can go back into just about every single culture and they all have their own rituals, if you will revolve around food.
00:08:52.710 --> 00:08:59.040 Mike Giambertone: Right. And a lot of times while you go on vacation and take a little break from our normal
00:08:59.700 --> 00:09:12.240 Mike Giambertone: Ever thoughts around food. What did you have on vacation. What was this Leo, what was that meal we spend so much time. So, you know, concentrating on that. I just find that fascinating about how the brain works and
00:09:12.870 --> 00:09:21.840 Mike Giambertone: Just like you said we can change our epigenetics via the epigenetics. We can change the like flipping switches on and off based on a nutrition.
00:09:23.070 --> 00:09:33.570 Mike Giambertone: We can change our thought process and our relationship with food in the same exact way, just like going to the gym and flexing your muscles to create bigger biceps.
00:09:34.320 --> 00:09:45.570 Mike Giambertone: When you flex the mental muscle over and over again. You can change your relationship behaviors and habits towards and from those different foods that you, as you said before you crave
00:09:46.230 --> 00:09:57.660 Georgeann Dau: Yes, and you're such a walking example of it. Also, Michael, because I'm I remember you sharing with me at one point you were overweight and now you are so not only are you fit.
00:09:58.170 --> 00:10:06.180 Georgeann Dau: Um, you know, adorable and fit and you know your wife is listening. I hope and he's great. Right. I know you love him to pieces.
00:10:06.570 --> 00:10:07.620 Georgeann Dau: He's very lovable.
00:10:08.310 --> 00:10:09.990 Mike Giambertone: Your way to go. Way to go.
00:10:10.020 --> 00:10:10.860 Georgeann Dau: So, so
00:10:10.890 --> 00:10:13.980 Georgeann Dau: Yes. Yeah, you. So you are away at one point. So,
00:10:14.280 --> 00:10:16.620 Georgeann Dau: Yes, it was the switch that changed you.
00:10:16.920 --> 00:10:22.950 Mike Giambertone: So, at the age of 33 I was looking in the mirror and remember I lost my father when he was when i when i was 21
00:10:23.580 --> 00:10:30.150 Mike Giambertone: So we're talking 12 years later, I'm looking in the mirror and I'm seeing him looking back at me I'm not feeling my best not looking my best.
00:10:30.810 --> 00:10:38.910 Mike Giambertone: And it was around this time where I was getting a physical and I went to a cardiologist. And he looked at me and he went through my family history and this
00:10:39.150 --> 00:10:47.940 Mike Giambertone: Again rewriting but reacting to and he said, You know, I want to put you on these 12 different medications. I think we need to start now.
00:10:48.660 --> 00:10:55.950 Mike Giambertone: And I said, Doc. Look at me, maybe I can make some lifestyle changes. And I'll never forget it. He said to me,
00:10:56.580 --> 00:11:02.220 Mike Giambertone: Yeah. I understand that. But with your jeans, you know, and maybe you want to have some pizza or eat some cheese.
00:11:02.760 --> 00:11:10.500 Mike Giambertone: And I thought to myself, you're going to put me on 12 different medications so that I can eat pizza and cheese right and it was like
00:11:11.340 --> 00:11:27.810 Mike Giambertone: The aha moment of I hold the cards. I'm in control the locus went from outward to inward. Great. And it was at that point that I decided I really need to take control of my own stop blaming everybody else and yes
00:11:28.770 --> 00:11:41.700 Mike Giambertone: It was, you know, I didn't say I was diagnosed with Hashimoto. That's why I was overweight. It was the Hashimoto right, it wasn't all of the other things that I was or was not doing so I came from a place of of
00:11:42.750 --> 00:11:50.700 Mike Giambertone: Almost being the victim to these things that were happening to me as opposed to looking at myself in the mirror and owning up to it and saying okay I control.
00:11:51.450 --> 00:12:00.060 Mike Giambertone: I can be the creator of what I want. I just need to tap into the help, like you were saying come some some prayer from above.
00:12:00.570 --> 00:12:14.790 Mike Giambertone: For the strength to continue forward and do the knowledge, the wherewithal to be able to pivot when we find what isn't working and and the proper structure of which to have to move that forward. Yes.
00:12:15.240 --> 00:12:17.280 Georgeann Dau: And I find that most people
00:12:18.510 --> 00:12:24.060 Georgeann Dau: There's so much out there that people become confused and, you know,
00:12:25.080 --> 00:12:34.290 Georgeann Dau: Working now as a psychoanalyst. I'm a naturopath also but working now as a psychoanalyst predominantly for the past 15 years. I find that
00:12:36.990 --> 00:12:38.880 Georgeann Dau: People really do become very
00:12:41.280 --> 00:12:55.860 Georgeann Dau: Many times people don't want to look in the mirror and we must we need to look at what is driving us what's driving our hungers what's driving our desires, because it's not only food, we're addressing food today.
00:12:57.360 --> 00:13:05.850 Georgeann Dau: But it could be drinks. It could be a no criticism, we all crave something, it could be coffee I drink a lot of tea.
00:13:06.690 --> 00:13:29.220 Georgeann Dau: It could be, it could be coffee. It could be on drugs. It could be shopping. It could be closer to whatever it is, whatever we're making god with a small g. If it's not taking care of ourselves within that framework, we need to really work on it. So that being said,
00:13:31.230 --> 00:13:39.690 Georgeann Dau: I think it's a very, very good point that Michael just brought up and we're going to continue with that, we're going to take a short break.
00:13:40.140 --> 00:13:47.640 Georgeann Dau: And then we're going to come back and continue this great conversation because we have a lot to talk about. And a lot of great things to explore tonight.
00:13:48.150 --> 00:13:57.750 Georgeann Dau: So we'll be right back. I'm Dr. George and out. And this is a journey through with Michael GM bento and a tonight. You're right that. Thank you.
00:16:13.980 --> 00:16:25.230 Georgeann Dau: Welcome back to a journey through with our terrific guest tonight. Michael jam bent on a Michael Gina baton chiropractor health coach terrific guy.
00:16:25.830 --> 00:16:34.890 Georgeann Dau: So Michael, I'm looking at how hard it is to look in the mirror. Many times, because we don't want to you know make changes.
00:16:35.640 --> 00:16:44.490 Georgeann Dau: And it's so funny. You know, when I look at functional medicine. You know, I studied on a mountaintop with Dr. Bernard Jensen.
00:16:44.850 --> 00:16:57.450 Georgeann Dau: in Escondido, California, because when when I got my natural Pathak degree. There was no place to go to such a degree. It was probably not heard of. I think the only other university was a best year but um
00:16:58.590 --> 00:17:08.010 Georgeann Dau: It's hard for people because, you know, we look at the keto diet, we look at a vegetarian diet. Well, there's two couple of different types of vegetarian diets and
00:17:08.850 --> 00:17:17.010 Georgeann Dau: You know, do you have any advice for people when they don't know more how they can approach, knowing more
00:17:18.000 --> 00:17:31.590 Georgeann Dau: I know that you are probably going to be working on a book, which I think is such a great idea and but anything that you could say here to maybe help them figure out what to do for themselves.
00:17:32.250 --> 00:17:42.300 Mike Giambertone: You know, George. And it's a great question and I like to reverse engineer whenever someone tells me they want to do something. My first question is, well, why
00:17:43.290 --> 00:17:52.350 Mike Giambertone: What is your ultimate goal. What are you trying to accomplish. Because what we want to do doesn't always get us to the goal we're looking for.
00:17:53.670 --> 00:18:02.160 Mike Giambertone: And it's, you know, if you're going to drive from New York to California. You wouldn't just say I'm going to go to California hop in your car and start driving. Although now.
00:18:02.610 --> 00:18:11.790 Mike Giambertone: We kind of we kind of again with GPS. Right. But years ago, we're dating ourselves now right we're dating ourselves, you would need to get an atlas.
00:18:12.390 --> 00:18:17.460 Mike Giambertone: And figure out exactly what roads, you're going to take and kind of map it out and figure out where you are going.
00:18:18.360 --> 00:18:28.470 Mike Giambertone: On the same respect dependent. Like if someone wants to do a specific diet. My question is on. Why are you doing that and it's not it's not a bad thing, whether it's veganism vegetarianism.
00:18:29.550 --> 00:18:37.080 Mike Giambertone: Paleo lifestyle. There's all different ways of going, you know, if you think about it, you were hitting on epogen epigenetics before
00:18:38.370 --> 00:18:44.640 Mike Giambertone: We're in the United States. We are a melting pot of so many different ethnicities and cultures were from the globe.
00:18:45.000 --> 00:18:45.750 Georgeann Dau: Great point.
00:18:46.830 --> 00:18:55.590 Mike Giambertone: Thousands of years of our bodies almost adapting adapting to a specific way in specific nutrients.
00:18:56.430 --> 00:19:08.490 Mike Giambertone: You're not going to digest the same thing, the same way someone somewhere else. So we have global food now, but we're not all necessarily similar assimilating and breaking it down digesting it the same
00:19:08.940 --> 00:19:14.100 Mike Giambertone: Yes ones ones medicine is someone else's poison. Yes.
00:19:14.220 --> 00:19:17.040 Georgeann Dau: Very good point. Very good point.
00:19:18.360 --> 00:19:21.750 Georgeann Dau: Um, yeah, it's amazing because
00:19:23.190 --> 00:19:34.350 Georgeann Dau: People choose foods, based on what they were brought up around but we're all called to be our own physician at some point. I'm not saying that to get rid of your own physician.
00:19:34.710 --> 00:19:47.370 Georgeann Dau: But to observe how you feel when you eat something, how do I feel after eight that too. I feel bloated and gotchas. Do I feel fine. Do I wake up with joint pain, the next day.
00:19:47.910 --> 00:19:58.650 Georgeann Dau: Or do I feel like I'm more energized because your bodies do speak to you or body speak to us. So they will give us a lot of information about
00:19:59.160 --> 00:20:19.140 Georgeann Dau: Our food choices and whether or not they are appropriate for us. I work with a woman, she's been working with me for many, many years. She's part Chinese and part Jamaican and she cannot tolerate dairy at all. There's no dairy in the Chinese diet at all.
00:20:20.250 --> 00:20:30.810 Georgeann Dau: When you really look at it. There's no, there's no dairy. So it really does make a difference. Michael, that's a really good point. Um,
00:20:36.210 --> 00:20:37.050 Georgeann Dau: Oh yes please.
00:20:37.290 --> 00:20:39.330 Mike Giambertone: I was just going to tell a brief story about that.
00:20:39.750 --> 00:20:48.180 Mike Giambertone: Please. Alright, I'm going to tell you a story about a patient of mine, Dan, and this is this is going back probably about 1213 years ago.
00:20:48.690 --> 00:21:00.540 Mike Giambertone: So remember 1213 years ago, compared to where we are now. Science has really come out with a lot of this stuff. We're going to talk about and it's no longer considered Hocus Pocus right so
00:21:01.560 --> 00:21:08.490 Mike Giambertone: Years ago, Dan comes into me. Dan was a referral chiropractic referral from his personal trainer who was a patient of mine at the time.
00:21:09.180 --> 00:21:17.340 Mike Giambertone: And Dan comes in exquisite thoracic spine pain thoracic spine is just below the neck, just below the upper back. Right. Well, all the rooms are connected
00:21:17.760 --> 00:21:32.040 Mike Giambertone: Exquisite exquisite pain is taking Moberg on a daily basis. He's been to every doctor, you can imagine he's been dealing with his pain for over five years doctors can't figure out what's going on. He's been to other chiropractors, he came to me for chiropractic
00:21:33.360 --> 00:21:45.870 Mike Giambertone: He's been to massage therapists acupuncture. He's done all these different things. So I'm going through a just a regular patient exam with them and I sit back in my chair is and then this is going to sound really weird but
00:21:46.920 --> 00:21:54.660 Mike Giambertone: I don't think there's anything new coming in for chiropractic. There's no adjustment. I can do that's going to miraculously healed. What's going on in your body.
00:21:57.120 --> 00:22:03.480 Mike Giambertone: I asked him, Can you, are you willing to think outside the box and do something a little bit different. I'm going to make a suggestion to you.
00:22:04.500 --> 00:22:19.260 Mike Giambertone: Not send the effort tests or anything. Just try this and let's see what happens. So I said, you know, gluten has been been shown to manifest many different ways, not, not an anti gluten person I don't eat it myself, because in my own body.
00:22:20.640 --> 00:22:32.130 Mike Giambertone: But I mean, my wife does, and she has no problem with it. Certain people do certain people don't. So I said, then let's adjust you've done all these other things you've taken all these medications. You've had all these are the tests and and you've had all these other therapies done
00:22:33.240 --> 00:22:36.270 Mike Giambertone: Let's just take gluten out of your diet for two weeks.
00:22:36.840 --> 00:22:37.380 Georgeann Dau: They
00:22:37.470 --> 00:22:41.430 Mike Giambertone: Are you willing to do that dense and dark moment do anything so great. Come back.
00:22:42.720 --> 00:22:44.430 Mike Giambertone: So Dan comes back two weeks later.
00:22:45.450 --> 00:22:49.920 Mike Giambertone: Lo and behold Dan's got no drastic pain. And I said, Dan.
00:22:50.940 --> 00:22:53.790 Mike Giambertone: I'm going to do a little bit more of an experiment Dalia was it
00:22:54.870 --> 00:23:07.260 Mike Giambertone: Persuasion your subconscious, you know, come back in two weeks, go do what you normally do. Dan comes back in two weeks in exquisite pain. Once again, I said, what do you do, he goes
00:23:07.830 --> 00:23:14.790 Mike Giambertone: Doc, I didn't change anything. I still I avoided gluten. We always eating really really well and he looks up at me in his eyeballs got big and he goes,
00:23:16.890 --> 00:23:18.450 Mike Giambertone: I had rice. A Roni.
00:23:20.850 --> 00:23:21.600 Mike Giambertone: Burma jelly
00:23:22.230 --> 00:23:25.320 Mike Giambertone: Yes, oh my goodness, hit the nail on the head.
00:23:25.680 --> 00:23:26.370 As a dead.
00:23:28.200 --> 00:23:40.920 Mike Giambertone: Stop with the rice. A Roni come back in two weeks. It comes back in two weeks. It goes dark I feel great again. Well, this went on for about three months then came back two weeks later in pain again.
00:23:41.520 --> 00:23:52.560 Mike Giambertone: So then what you do. I didn't have any racer Ronnie. I don't know what it could have been. I've been really, really good again Dan's eyeballs get really big sedan. What is it, my brother in law made meatballs.
00:23:55.020 --> 00:23:57.180 Mike Giambertone: Put bread crumbs in the meatballs. Exactly.
00:23:57.780 --> 00:24:06.810 Mike Giambertone: And it was just one of those things. So so Dan comes into me and now Dan and I are doing rap scene and maybe just once a month, and now we're doing, we're actually able to do some body work on them now.
00:24:07.170 --> 00:24:20.400 Mike Giambertone: His body wouldn't move. I couldn't put my hands on him and adjust him because he was in such exquisite pain. There was so much muscle spasm intention. So when Dan actually made the shift, we were able to get them adjusted. And actually, his body was moving it was alive again.
00:24:21.630 --> 00:24:22.620 Mike Giambertone: Can comes into me.
00:24:23.640 --> 00:24:31.200 Mike Giambertone: And he goes, I gotta tell you something. I go, what Dan, what's going on. My doctor told me there's no such thing as me having a gluten sensitivity.
00:24:31.530 --> 00:24:31.920 Georgeann Dau: Because it
00:24:31.980 --> 00:24:39.540 Mike Giambertone: Doesn't exist. I said, You got two choices there so we can make it fast. Yep, we can test it, your blood, we can test it to store.
00:24:40.890 --> 00:24:43.620 Mike Giambertone: You know, what do you want to do. He goes, I'm just going to avoid gluten.
00:24:43.980 --> 00:24:46.260 Georgeann Dau: Yeah. Hey guy.
00:24:46.440 --> 00:24:48.450 Mike Giambertone: Exactly. So he
00:24:50.100 --> 00:25:01.500 Mike Giambertone: What I'm getting at is the science is there, it's been there. It just takes upwards of 20 to 50 years for the science that we know to them become mainstream
00:25:02.100 --> 00:25:10.770 Mike Giambertone: You never heard doctors talking about half of this stuff. And now it's actually a slightly common thing where every now and again you will hear that crazy common
00:25:11.070 --> 00:25:17.910 Mike Giambertone: But at least the ball is rolling the conversation is continuing. So we're really seeing an evolution in medicine, which is kind of cool.
00:25:18.300 --> 00:25:31.320 Georgeann Dau: That's a great story and very apropos. And I think you're being very generous. Unfortunately, um, you know, when I work with patients, many times.
00:25:31.740 --> 00:25:45.090 Georgeann Dau: When I write because in in New York State. You have to be an M. D. To write scripts for a lot of lab testing. So I'm not allowed to do that. But when I write
00:25:45.600 --> 00:25:57.000 Georgeann Dau: My recommendations on my letterhead and ask them to send them to the doctor and show it. And as the doctor to add mind to his or earth, um, I'd say.
00:25:58.110 --> 00:26:24.120 Georgeann Dau: 50% of the time, they don't. They've never even heard of a lot of the mark is that we're looking to run and it's really important to find a doctor that will be open to hearing you sit with you listen to you that's key so that you can find your way through this
00:26:25.140 --> 00:26:38.940 Georgeann Dau: Zone czar of information out there which really if you do a research, you'll find that there really is a lot out there that does make sense. But again, you really have to
00:26:39.390 --> 00:26:52.980 Georgeann Dau: Educate yourself. You really have to educate yourself. And that's a great story that you told Michael and there's something came to mind when you were talking about that that
00:26:56.670 --> 00:27:10.920 Georgeann Dau: First of all, and I know you know this because he talked about the other day. If there's a gluten sensitive. If you have a thyroid condition cabbage and raw broccoli needs to be avoided because it affects
00:27:11.940 --> 00:27:15.750 Georgeann Dau: The thyroid to produce nodules.
00:27:17.160 --> 00:27:26.370 Georgeann Dau: I'm not going to go into why that is, unless we want to have a course here. But, and I'm sure you can find out why that is very easily on your own, but
00:27:28.350 --> 00:27:29.460 Georgeann Dau: That being said,
00:27:30.510 --> 00:27:38.970 Georgeann Dau: The other pieces that I'm losing my train of thought because there's so much good material I want Michael to talk about, um, so
00:27:40.260 --> 00:27:43.740 Georgeann Dau: When we choose food.
00:27:45.600 --> 00:27:46.980 Georgeann Dau: Can we think about
00:27:48.000 --> 00:27:53.040 Georgeann Dau: Why do I want this. Because truly we're not eating because it tastes good.
00:27:54.270 --> 00:28:07.380 Georgeann Dau: We're really eating because it needs to fuel our body. We need to put back into our bodies, what our body needs to function. We need the proteins.
00:28:07.950 --> 00:28:19.740 Georgeann Dau: We need complex carbohydrates, which are seeds and nuts and some grains, but you can find them without the gluten, you don't always have to have the gluten.
00:28:20.400 --> 00:28:30.450 Georgeann Dau: Protein builds muscle mass, it generates what's needed to help cells function. And of course, predominantly they're finding the research.
00:28:31.440 --> 00:28:45.690 Georgeann Dau: Lots of plants, lots of greens, lots of green plants. That's really the main piece of fighting off cancer is a lot of the berries and the vegetables predominantly pesticide free
00:28:46.320 --> 00:29:01.950 Georgeann Dau: And we'll talk about that. What that means when we come back, organic and how tricky, it can be to find organic, but it's very important, along with certain supplementation because the supplementation doesn't always
00:29:03.150 --> 00:29:13.170 Georgeann Dau: It now really does need to be for most cases, all of us, because the soil is so depleted today because of what we've done to the environment.
00:29:13.590 --> 00:29:29.460 Georgeann Dau: And Michael's going to pick up on that when we come back. So again, we're here tonight with Michael JM baton. I'm Dr. George and down and you are with us on a journey through thanks so much for listening. Today we'll see the couple of minutes.
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00:31:53.700 --> 00:32:03.150 Georgeann Dau: Welcome back to a journey through tonight with Michael GM baton. So, Michael, before we end tonight. I want to make sure that you
00:32:03.630 --> 00:32:16.410 Georgeann Dau: Give your website and and phone number, so people want to contact you, they can. Okay, so maybe we should do that now. Okay, I don't want to forget because I do want to end with prayer. So what is your phone number. If people want to contact you, Michael.
00:32:16.710 --> 00:32:54.420 Mike Giambertone: I showed you again. My phone number is 516-849-8674 and I can be found online our office website is WWW dot p or well cairo.com that's p you r e w e l l CH IR o.com and then my email, plain and simple. My personal email I give it out to everybody. Dr. My last name GI am be er to firstname.lastname@example.org
00:32:55.260 --> 00:33:12.360 Georgeann Dau: Great, thank you Michael for that. Yeah, I know he's he's we always compare notes on and it was busier but uh, which is flying around all the time, but we love what we do. So thank you Michael for that. That's important. And if and if we didn't get that you can always contact me.
00:33:13.650 --> 00:33:24.120 Georgeann Dau: Dr. George and l m to throw this radio show, and I'd be more than happy to help you with that. So we were talking about
00:33:26.340 --> 00:33:30.900 Georgeann Dau: The soils how depleted. They can be and our need for
00:33:32.070 --> 00:33:43.410 Georgeann Dau: unprocessed foods and no pesticides. What could you talk. Could you talk to our listeners about organic and why it's important.
00:33:44.640 --> 00:33:48.030 Mike Giambertone: There are so many different reasons why why organic is so
00:33:48.030 --> 00:33:48.270 Yeah.
00:33:49.290 --> 00:33:54.990 Mike Giambertone: I like telling, telling this information through stories. I think stories are great way a
00:33:55.140 --> 00:33:57.600 Georgeann Dau: great storyteller. I'm not so great. So
00:33:57.750 --> 00:34:16.830 Mike Giambertone: Let's, let's think of a very good friend of mine. He has dual citizenship and United States and France, and he goes back and forth quite a bit and his son has a non celiac gluten sensitivity. Right, very, very upsetting to his to his tummy. So I'm they go to France, and he says to his son.
00:34:17.910 --> 00:34:26.550 Mike Giambertone: Why don't you try one of these French baguettes, I hear that everything's a little different, once we leave United States and his son looks and was dead.
00:34:27.420 --> 00:34:36.930 Mike Giambertone: My stomach can take that like I'll spend two days in the bathroom. It's not nothing and my friend his dad says, hey, we don't have anything to do. We're going to be it for a month.
00:34:38.040 --> 00:34:45.870 Mike Giambertone: Know you try it, see what happens. His son was eating a bag today, absolutely no problem. Now what we're talking about is we write we
00:34:46.260 --> 00:34:57.270 Mike Giambertone: United Wheaton United States is a lot different than the foreign we now not saying it's all with celiac disease be going and eating baguettes, and things like that going traveling overseas and whatnot. But there is something
00:34:58.080 --> 00:35:08.070 Mike Giambertone: To the chemicals that are allowed in our, in our produce in our grains and the
00:35:08.220 --> 00:35:11.250 Georgeann Dau: You say it's the processing Michael of the grains.
00:35:11.460 --> 00:35:16.020 Mike Giambertone: You know, there's so many different things that the first thing that comes to mind. The big thing that comes
00:35:16.200 --> 00:35:22.800 Mike Giambertone: Up is glyphosate. And that's something that many people know kind of know what it is right now.
00:35:24.120 --> 00:35:29.610 Mike Giambertone: It's got to do with Roundup, and the weed killer and glyphosate.
00:35:30.630 --> 00:35:40.710 Mike Giambertone: Is sprayed on all these different crops and in small amounts. It's seem to not do any damage, but the problem is when you're eating a little bit of this and a little bit of that. And a little bit of this right
00:35:40.950 --> 00:35:42.120 Georgeann Dau: Five different things like
00:35:42.210 --> 00:35:45.720 Mike Giambertone: Every day of the week that little bit turns into a lot of it, but
00:35:45.900 --> 00:35:49.410 Georgeann Dau: So the glass. Glass of fate is a pesticide
00:35:50.070 --> 00:35:57.870 Mike Giambertone: Exactly, exactly. And, um, and we're seeing that. So that's just, just one example. And it creates hyper permeable
00:35:58.410 --> 00:36:01.860 Mike Giambertone: Intestinal membrane. So what does that mean that's leaky gut.
00:36:02.340 --> 00:36:09.990 Mike Giambertone: In layman's terms, it's leaky gut, it's punching holes in these tight junctions which are allowing larger proteins to come in, which wreaks havoc on the body.
00:36:10.320 --> 00:36:18.870 Mike Giambertone: The body looks at all these larger proteins and it thinks that those larger proteins have foreign invaders, such as, you know, whether it's a bacteria or whatnot.
00:36:19.110 --> 00:36:37.710 Mike Giambertone: It starts killing them. But when it starts killing them those proteins are very, very similar to different tissues in the body. For some of us, that could be the thyroid. It could be joined tissue. It could be so many different pieces. It could be your, your pancreas and start damaging
00:36:39.540 --> 00:36:43.620 Mike Giambertone: What are the cells. I'm thinking of it. It's escaping me right to drive me nuts.
00:36:43.680 --> 00:36:53.040 Mike Giambertone: Okay, excellent producing cells. So it can it can cause such a host of problems and not just glyphosate. That's just one of
00:36:54.540 --> 00:37:02.250 Mike Giambertone: The little Lego when we're when we're talking about organic and eating organic, it is such an important thing now.
00:37:03.210 --> 00:37:12.930 Mike Giambertone: Organic food is a lot more expensive and I totally understand that, you know, we talked about our body, our temple and we want to take the very best care of it. But in some instances.
00:37:13.560 --> 00:37:25.200 Mike Giambertone: Money is an issue and people can't afford that, that higher price and and for those people. There's a really great website. The Environmental Working Group and through the Environmental Working Group, they put out
00:37:26.820 --> 00:37:28.500 Georgeann Dau: E. W. G.
00:37:28.890 --> 00:37:36.180 Mike Giambertone: E W g.org and they put out something called the clean 15 and dirty dozen and it changes on a yearly basis and it tells you the clean 15
00:37:36.870 --> 00:37:49.920 Mike Giambertone: Or the cleanest fruits and vegetables that you can eat that are the lowest in in pesticides, herbicides, things like that. And the dirty dozen of the ones you really want to avoid. And you really should eat them.
00:37:50.490 --> 00:37:58.140 Mike Giambertone: Organic now another problem that we're having in the organic world is that they're starting to allow
00:37:59.430 --> 00:38:09.330 Mike Giambertone: Bit by bit, things that are not really or should be on to that organic label into organic foods and there's a big Agra has. There's a lot of
00:38:12.330 --> 00:38:14.310 Mike Giambertone: strife between
00:38:14.340 --> 00:38:16.980 Georgeann Dau: Great that you're bringing this up. Yes.
00:38:17.640 --> 00:38:22.860 Mike Giambertone: And it's something, the more people know the, the better inform their guys and
00:38:23.340 --> 00:38:33.570 Mike Giambertone: And to me, it's it's really all of those chemicals and it's kind of funny. If you think about it, it costs more money to have chemicals in your food than to just have food we just
00:38:33.600 --> 00:38:46.860 Georgeann Dau: Yes, but what's amazing about that is it is the, the, you know, big pharma, the big companies that are the wheels that turn this society.
00:38:47.310 --> 00:38:54.270 Georgeann Dau: And even though it costs more to make that they're making a ton of money and then it drives the medical
00:38:54.810 --> 00:39:10.860 Georgeann Dau: A the allopathic medical medical community and you know not to not to get into all of that. But these are great points, Michael. And really, really terrific points and the importance of eating organic and then we have
00:39:13.050 --> 00:39:15.330 Georgeann Dau: Oh my mind just went blank it's catching
00:39:16.620 --> 00:39:18.150 Georgeann Dau: Then we have the
00:39:20.730 --> 00:39:25.110 Georgeann Dau: What is it, Michael, that it's it's new, where it's not
00:39:27.420 --> 00:39:28.560 Georgeann Dau: It's not genetically
00:39:28.560 --> 00:39:30.480 Mike Giambertone: Produce GMOs. Yeah.
00:39:30.570 --> 00:39:49.830 Georgeann Dau: Now we have GMOs genetically modified, which means that it's not grown in the soils. It's grown in a laboratory right now that blows my mind because, you know, God gave us this earth to sell and so work so that we could sustain life here.
00:39:50.550 --> 00:40:03.090 Georgeann Dau: And we've we're destroying it. You know, every time I drive on the expressway or and I see you know more and more big machinery digging the earth digging me or
00:40:04.140 --> 00:40:14.340 Georgeann Dau: It's like, how much can we continually rip into Mother Earth. It breaks my heart because it's it's alive and we're just destroying so much
00:40:14.730 --> 00:40:25.860 Georgeann Dau: And meanwhile, or, you know, we are really being affected by it. That's why it's so important to pay attention to what Michael and I are talking about tonight.
00:40:26.340 --> 00:40:38.430 Georgeann Dau: And I'm more than happy to have shows like this and have Michael on again so that we can continue this conversation. If you have questions, you can contact me through
00:40:38.820 --> 00:41:03.210 Georgeann Dau: You know Facebook or you know 631-896-1613, feel free to call me. Tell me what you're interested in and I'm more than happy to tailor these shows there for you there for you. Right. We do this because we care about life. We care about you. We care about humanity creation.
00:41:04.560 --> 00:41:07.560 Georgeann Dau: So Michael, what do you think about supplementation.
00:41:09.060 --> 00:41:11.820 Mike Giambertone: So I'm a big proponent of it myself.
00:41:11.850 --> 00:41:12.510 Georgeann Dau: Me to
00:41:12.780 --> 00:41:16.770 Mike Giambertone: One of one of my pet peeves about supplementation.
00:41:18.090 --> 00:41:22.080 Mike Giambertone: Is a people that are taking supplements that have no idea why they're taking them.
00:41:22.290 --> 00:41:24.300 Mike Giambertone: But simply because they're reading the magazine.
00:41:24.330 --> 00:41:33.570 Mike Giambertone: Oh, this might be say dig. I had a conversation with a with a she wasn't a patient of mine, we were doing a consultation to see if she would be
00:41:33.990 --> 00:41:36.570 Mike Giambertone: And this is going back maybe about eight or nine years ago.
00:41:37.290 --> 00:41:49.110 Mike Giambertone: And we will go we hit the topic of okay see and what are you taking any medications. Oh no, I don't take any medications. I said, Oh, that's great. But I take supplements. I said, Fantastic. You know what types of supplements you taking
00:41:49.800 --> 00:41:56.400 Mike Giambertone: And this woman rattled off a list. I'm not kidding. It must have been 3540 different things she was taking and at the end they said
00:41:57.180 --> 00:42:02.730 Mike Giambertone: Well, that that's a pretty big list. So, you know, what are you taking this for, oh, well, I thought it would be good to take
00:42:03.330 --> 00:42:15.930 Mike Giambertone: Did you read it somewhere, I think, or I heard about it. Well, what about this. Why are you taking this I think I read that one in a magazine and she was easily spending two $300 a month on the supplements.
00:42:17.160 --> 00:42:27.030 Mike Giambertone: So supplements are fantastic. But you need to know what you're taking and why you're taking them right and all of them are not created equal.
00:42:28.230 --> 00:42:39.330 Mike Giambertone: There's, there's a company called consumer labs. Now it's a third party, you have to pay for a membership to consumer labs, but consumer labs does third party testing.
00:42:39.990 --> 00:42:50.580 Mike Giambertone: And they'll test all of these different vitamins and supplement companies and look to see if they actually have in them, what they say they have in them because it's also a very non regulated field.
00:42:50.700 --> 00:43:02.970 Georgeann Dau: Yes, that's great because i i'm not a believer in going into a drugstore. I don't want to mention any names. I don't, I'm not a believer and going into a drugstore or some of these vitamin stores.
00:43:03.780 --> 00:43:14.520 Georgeann Dau: For your supplements, it's best to buy from companies and labs that to research their medical grade supplements.
00:43:15.540 --> 00:43:33.450 Georgeann Dau: And they are through put through stringent testing before they make any claims on them, you know, for instance, CO Q enzyme 10 very important. Everyone should probably be taking it. However, I've seen it advertised on TV. I'm
00:43:34.470 --> 00:43:51.870 Georgeann Dau: They're telling me we have one minute. Okay. Um, so we're going to take a break and when we come back we'll continue with this conversation and you are listening to a journey through with Michael GM Patel. Thanks for watching. We'll be right back.
00:46:14.250 --> 00:46:22.170 Georgeann Dau: Hi, welcome back to a journey through with Michael GM baton. So we were talking about supplements and
00:46:23.820 --> 00:46:26.280 Georgeann Dau: So much of the I'm
00:46:27.480 --> 00:46:41.340 Georgeann Dau: Not clear information on them so Kochi wins. I'm 10 when you go to the store. Many people say, well, why is this so expensive. When I can get this for much less money. And when you look at the label.
00:46:42.870 --> 00:46:45.450 Georgeann Dau: Cookie once I'm 10 is you big win all
00:46:46.470 --> 00:47:00.030 Georgeann Dau: That's the chemical name for you big one. All that's the main, main ingredient. So when you buy a cheaper version you're buying you pick one own and when you purchase your book when own
00:47:01.290 --> 00:47:16.410 Georgeann Dau: Your body needs to work very, very hard to convert it to your big one. All which is the usable form of coke humans and 10 so you'd have to take so much more of the ubiquity known to get
00:47:18.000 --> 00:47:30.210 Georgeann Dau: One pill that you might need of hundred milligrams. You pick one off. So there's a difference. And again, education is important, education is important.
00:47:31.080 --> 00:47:39.570 Georgeann Dau: If we were going to mention a couple of things that our listeners could take away with us tonight. Michael, what do you think they would be
00:47:41.070 --> 00:47:45.000 Mike Giambertone: You know, I almost want to circle back to when you were talking about.
00:47:45.180 --> 00:47:53.520 Mike Giambertone: This looking in the mirror and asking yourself the difficult questions. I think the, the number one thing
00:47:54.270 --> 00:47:58.890 Mike Giambertone: That that someone can do to just, just take steps with this relationship with food.
00:47:59.550 --> 00:48:15.750 Mike Giambertone: Is to and it sounds kind of corny. I think back to an old Saturday night, Saturday Night Live skit with jack Handey. Oh, I think, or whatever the guys Stuart Smalley or whatever his name was looking in the mirror and saying, you know, I'm good enough. I'm smart enough, and people like me.
00:48:17.550 --> 00:48:22.920 Mike Giambertone: But truly look at yourself in the mirror, do it when no one else is around
00:48:24.150 --> 00:48:37.560 Mike Giambertone: would stare at yourself look yourself in the eye. Tell yourself what you want. Ask yourself, or what are you worthy of it is one of the most difficult things I've ever done in my life.
00:48:37.950 --> 00:48:49.020 Mike Giambertone: That's great. And I think, for I mean in America. It's not every day that a man is is talking about looking at himself and asked himself tough questions and kind of getting real with themselves.
00:48:49.320 --> 00:49:05.610 Mike Giambertone: But the truth is the only way to move forward is to identify where you are. So really think about. Yeah. What do you want, and why is it that you want it now someone I forget who said it.
00:49:06.810 --> 00:49:14.880 Mike Giambertone: But someone had said if you break down why as what heals you
00:49:16.020 --> 00:49:20.250 Mike Giambertone: Why what heals you
00:49:22.050 --> 00:49:36.420 Mike Giambertone: If you can identify what heals you as being your why of why you are doing whatever it is you're doing. I think that's the beginning of breaking down those walls and barriers. If you moving forward.
00:49:37.230 --> 00:49:40.470 Georgeann Dau: Oh, that's great. I like that very much. You know,
00:49:40.590 --> 00:49:42.540 Mike Giambertone: I'd love to take ownership of it, but it wasn't me.
00:49:43.710 --> 00:49:44.100 Mike Giambertone: It was
00:49:44.550 --> 00:49:45.150 Mike Giambertone: It was actually
00:49:45.600 --> 00:49:50.250 Mike Giambertone: a registered dietitian friend of mine. I heard her say it and it just manages really struck me
00:49:51.570 --> 00:49:53.520 Mike Giambertone: And when you break that down.
00:49:54.720 --> 00:50:07.410 Mike Giambertone: And and think of it in those pieces. That's what this whole journey is all about. Why, what is it, why do you want it, what's the obstacle.
00:50:09.060 --> 00:50:18.240 Mike Giambertone: And then you can work your way through it, but unless you firmly know what and why we're really just going in circles. Yes.
00:50:18.990 --> 00:50:33.030 Georgeann Dau: And you, it's, it's a very, very good point. And, you know, even, you know, before Jesus walked through his life healing people that came upon him.
00:50:33.540 --> 00:50:47.250 Georgeann Dau: And before he would heal them. He could see what they needed, he would ask them What is it you want me to do for you. They had to name it and claim it because until we know that
00:50:48.390 --> 00:50:53.430 Georgeann Dau: Like you said, We're going around in circles. So why
00:50:54.870 --> 00:51:04.380 Georgeann Dau: Right. Why, why do we want it. What is it going to do for me. And what's my goal and what's in the way of that.
00:51:05.820 --> 00:51:21.540 Georgeann Dau: We can only choose authentically when we look at where we have been choosing into authentically, what is driving our hunger what's underneath what is driving our hunger.
00:51:22.830 --> 00:51:23.310 What is it
00:51:25.080 --> 00:51:33.150 Georgeann Dau: Maybe take a brief moment right now for those listening. What's driving your hungers whatever you hunger for
00:51:36.210 --> 00:51:42.990 Georgeann Dau: Because if it's not that it will be something else, because we all hunger and thirst.
00:51:44.430 --> 00:51:46.620 Georgeann Dau: We all hunger and thirst.
00:51:48.390 --> 00:51:49.350 Georgeann Dau: We all hunger.
00:51:50.550 --> 00:51:51.450 And thirst.
00:51:53.940 --> 00:51:57.210 Georgeann Dau: And if we are hungering and thirsting
00:51:58.590 --> 00:52:16.020 Georgeann Dau: For pieces because everything outwardly is a rep that we choose consciously or unconsciously we're choosing everything that we choose is a representation of something that lives inside of us.
00:52:18.060 --> 00:52:23.550 Georgeann Dau: So, it represents something consciously or unconsciously.
00:52:26.310 --> 00:52:30.450 Georgeann Dau: So maybe you could think about that in the next couple of weeks or
00:52:31.470 --> 00:52:33.870 Georgeann Dau: And bring it to prayer and see
00:52:35.400 --> 00:52:39.990 Georgeann Dau: What it is that you are really looking for to have
00:52:43.650 --> 00:52:46.140 Georgeann Dau: To take care of yourself in a healthy way.
00:52:47.580 --> 00:52:49.230 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, so
00:52:52.440 --> 00:53:03.330 Georgeann Dau: I think the piece of consciously or unconsciously is so important because, you know, really only 10% of our consciousness is aware and awake.
00:53:04.560 --> 00:53:05.460 Georgeann Dau: We're really
00:53:06.480 --> 00:53:09.930 Georgeann Dau: Sort of sleepwalking through life so
00:53:11.670 --> 00:53:15.090 Georgeann Dau: I think that the holistic
00:53:16.590 --> 00:53:20.040 Georgeann Dau: outlook on life. Your chiropractic work.
00:53:21.810 --> 00:53:32.250 Georgeann Dau: Your incredible knowledge on nutrition and wellness, you know, being able to bring people along with such important pieces, Michael.
00:53:34.590 --> 00:53:45.600 Georgeann Dau: I just, I think it's spectacular. What we're looking at tonight and I just hope that you know and I pray that people feel that they've gotten something out of the show. When I'm sure that they
00:53:46.080 --> 00:54:00.600 Georgeann Dau: That they have you know we live in mixed the time where the environment is polluted and Michael was talking about this before about the chemicals and, you know, in the pesticides and
00:54:02.130 --> 00:54:12.330 Georgeann Dau: The GMO and how things are coming from the ground in the same way. And you know how we're being bombarded with that with really very little education to really bring us through
00:54:14.130 --> 00:54:27.090 Georgeann Dau: You know, we all like new things. But when you get a new kitchen installed or you buy a new car that new car smell that people have
00:54:27.690 --> 00:54:38.580 Georgeann Dau: That is the worst thing that you could be smelling because it's outgassing and it's all toxic chemicals that you breathing and you're taking into your lungs. So
00:54:38.940 --> 00:54:42.990 Georgeann Dau: You know, one new core, no big deal. Maybe you want to buy a used car, instead
00:54:43.560 --> 00:54:54.450 Georgeann Dau: But if we're having a construction done and we're buying a new car, and we're outside and we're working there a construction site, we're breathing, all of that in
00:54:55.140 --> 00:55:12.630 Georgeann Dau: All the time. And then the in organic foods and on and and the poor supplements and on and on. Everything that Michael is looking at tonight we were looking at tonight. I'm really can impact your for the rest of your life.
00:55:15.690 --> 00:55:18.870 Georgeann Dau: Yeah, like really something.
00:55:19.920 --> 00:55:20.370 Georgeann Dau: So,
00:55:23.670 --> 00:55:25.680 Georgeann Dau: We have about two minutes left.
00:55:27.120 --> 00:55:28.230 Georgeann Dau: So I'm
00:55:30.510 --> 00:55:32.100 Georgeann Dau: I feel, I feel like
00:55:33.390 --> 00:55:49.710 Georgeann Dau: We've covered so many great things. And I think the fact that both of us so much of the time our awareness of food in our choices. And now we get there comes through a place of brokenness or something has to wake us up.
00:55:50.760 --> 00:56:05.700 Georgeann Dau: You know, can we explore in a place of wellness so that we don't have to wait till something is broken or someone close to us dies for us to wake up to what we need to do to live out of a place
00:56:07.350 --> 00:56:08.280 Georgeann Dau: Of holiness.
00:56:09.990 --> 00:56:16.050 Georgeann Dau: So I want to end in prayer. Some Michael I can't thank you enough for saying yes to be on the show.
00:56:16.590 --> 00:56:17.790 Mike Giambertone: Thank you Jim.
00:56:18.390 --> 00:56:25.380 Georgeann Dau: You've made an incredible contribution. So before we go, let us send in prayer. So all of us.
00:56:26.460 --> 00:56:29.280 Georgeann Dau: Let us remember that we're always in the presence of God.
00:56:30.990 --> 00:56:31.890 Georgeann Dau: Loving God
00:56:33.150 --> 00:56:39.180 Georgeann Dau: You fill all things with the fullness and all that we can never comprehend.
00:56:40.230 --> 00:56:50.820 Georgeann Dau: Thank you for leading us into a time in this world where nor a reality is being unveiled and revealed for all of us to see
00:56:51.690 --> 00:57:04.140 Georgeann Dau: We pray that you will take away or natural temptation for cynicism denial fear and despair dump us have the courage to awaken to greater truth.
00:57:04.650 --> 00:57:15.270 Georgeann Dau: Great humility and greater care for one another, maybe place our hope and what matters. And what lasts trusting in your eternal presence in love.
00:57:16.410 --> 00:57:32.940 Georgeann Dau: Listen to our hearts longings for the healing of I was suffering world knowing Good God, you are hearing us better than we are speaking we offer these prayers in all of the holy names of God. Amen.
00:57:34.710 --> 00:57:36.780 Georgeann Dau: Thank you so much for joining us.
00:57:38.280 --> 00:57:47.910 Georgeann Dau: A Journey Through hope to see you next week that you're joined us this week to listen, you have another great show. And again, Michael GM, but on
00:57:49.290 --> 00:58:00.990 Georgeann Dau: The was spectacular. And I want to thank you from my heart for saying yes. Thank you, Michael. Good night, everyone. Thank you for joining us. We'll see you next time. Bye now.